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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Rhoda Hunter
The church bell that rings out to announce the deaths of tribal members on the Tule River Indian Reservation tolled repeatedly after a gunman fatally shot his daughter, mother and two uncles before being killed in a shootout with police.
"He had a real hard life," said Rhoda Hunter, the tribal council secretary. "But all of us do; we all have a hard time. But we try not to let it get the best of us."
Each tribal member receives $500 a month, but Ms. Hunter said most of the profit is invested into educational programs for the children.